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Leonard Gill

Both a history of the Pinch and a novel about the Pinch. more

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Harrison Scott Key: Memphis-born; Mississippi-bred. more

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Three new books about the soul music made in Memphis. more

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Moriah McStay’s debut novel is aimed at young adults, but no reason grownups can’t enjoy it too; plus, a cookbook by the Knipples for lovers of catfish. more

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A new book on Beale: Main Street of Black America. more

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Two new books cover Memphis’ burgeoning dining scene. more

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A concise new biography covers the life of a man of marvels. more

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James Conaway takes readers on a photographic tour of the “forgotten” Fifties. more

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A Memphis writer rediscovers a lesser-known branch of African-American literature: speculative fiction. more

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New works by Hampton Sides, Mark Greaney, Ace Atkins, Courtney Miller Santo, Stephen Schottenfeld, and Jay Schoenberger. more

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<em>Natchez Burning</em> is just the start of a Mississippi town’s “secret history.” more

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365 events that shaped the city. more

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Author Daniel Friedman

PHotograph by Barry Keziban

Daniel Friedman lays down the law (again) in his second noir mystery set in Memphis more

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Alex in 1971

photograph by Michael O’Brien

The life and times (and music) of William Alexander Chilton. more

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Aram Goudsouzian

photograph by Susan Prater

"Down to the Crossroads" revisits James Meredith's long march. more

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Memphis author Phyllis Tickle looks to the future of Christianity and to the next stage of the next stage of her long career. more

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Characters referenced, Stax recalled, and the South defined. more

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A riot in Memphis that helped change U.S. history. more

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Poet-traveller Richard Tillinghast revisits Istanbul — and his own hometown. more

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An intelligence expert for the CIA and FBI slows it down and makes Memphis home. more

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